Powermat's CEO sued by board members; Microsoft brings Cortana to iOS, Android

More wireless news from across the Web:

> According to a new report, three members of Powermat Technologies' board sued CEO Thorsten Heins in October. Cnet article

> Microsoft officially launched its Cortana service on Apple's iOS platform and Google's Android. Engadget article

> Best Buy is knocking off $100 from its Apple Watches. Engadget article

> After months of rumors that Apple would announce its own $30 to $40 per month linear OTT television service, the company has put its plans for such a service on hold, most likely because it couldn't convince media companies to lower their costs to license programming. Article

> HTC said it will start selling its Vive VR headset starting in April. Pocket Lint article

> AT&T said it will incorporate Digital Realty's colocation capacity into its offerings. Release

Telecom News

> AT&T is upping its 1 Gbps FTTH game with plans to build out service to parts of 38 additional metro areas. Article

Online Video News

> Netflix saw its shares dip slightly this week immediately following an appearance by Ted Sarandos, head of content, at an investor conference in which he said the company has faced some resistance from content owners as it negotiates for global content rights. Article

Installer News

> AT&T's ambitious new goal to bring its growing 1 Gbps FTTH service to an additional 38 metro markets could be a positive revenue opportunity for construction suppliers like Dycom. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone said its UK 4G subscribers will now be able to roam onto 4G networks in 73 destinations after the operator added Morocco, Turks and Caicos and Uruguay to the list. Article

Cable News

> When it comes to Comcast's local franchise deal, Seattle will have what Philadelphia is having. Article

And finally… Ahead of the release of the Angry Birds movie, Angry Birds maker Rovio announced it will drop its current CEO and get a new one. Article